05:14AM, Monday 01 July 2013
Beautiful weather made this year's Windsor Championship Dog Show an event to remember.
The 8,000 or so dogs who competed over four days at the showground in the Home Park represented 160 breeds and were given the once over in their various classes by more than 120 judges.
Thursday was gundog day, while Friday saw the hounds and toy groups come into their own.
Saturday was the day for the terrier and utility breeds, while on Sunday the best dogs in the show were chosen.
Show secretary Irene Terry said: "The weather gave everything the feel of a garden party and made everyone feel relaxed although Sunday was a little hot for the dogs. But the show areas had plenty of cover so they did not have to stand in the sun."
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